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    Right guys I was wondering which is the most recognized & easiest to pass in the UK?

    if you had access to any uni in the UK because of your high marks but its been 4 years since then and now you’re a bit worried about your capacities. Would you go to an Average Uni i.e Middlesex or would you rather go to Bath for instance?

    I mean what makes a Uni be a good Uni? Is it because it’s more difficult to get your degree? Or is it because they have the best teachers so its easiest to get your degree?

    I am confused
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    Right guys I was wondering which is the most recognized & easiest to pass in the UK?

    if you had access to any uni in the UK because of your high marks but its been 4 years since then and now you’re a bit worried about your capacities. Would you go to an Average Uni i.e Middlesex or would you rather go to Bath for instance?

    I mean what makes a Uni be a good Uni? Is it because it’s more difficult to get your degree? Or is it because they have the best teachers so its easiest to get your degree?

    I am confused
    Morning Babyplease

    It is nice to hear that you are interested in studying here at Middlesex!
    I am a current Masters student here and it is a great atmosphere with loads of ways to get involved and make the most of it

    I do not think a good university is based on the ranking, but more on what you can get from it and the skills that you gain. I moved here without knowing anyone and with a very bad english, I managed to graduated with a very good grade and to get a job as soon as I graduated. It is all thanks to Middlesex!
    I did not just gain the skills but I also got the confidence

    What course would you like to study?
    We are also doing an Open day on the 25th of November, if you want to come and have a look: www.mdx.ac.uk/opendays.

    Hope to see you there!
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    Oxbridge is pretty easy and good uni, do medicine
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    Morning Babyplease

    It is nice to hear that you are interested in studying here at Middlesex!
    I am a current Masters student here and it is a great atmosphere with loads of ways to get involved and make the most of it

    I do not think a good university is based on the ranking, but more on what you can get from it and the skills that you gain. I moved here without knowing anyone and with a very bad english, I managed to graduated with a very good grade and to get a job as soon as I graduated. It is all thanks to Middlesex!
    I did not just gain the skills but I also got the confidence

    What course would you like to study?
    We are also doing an Open day on the 25th of November, if you want to come and have a look: www.mdx.ac.uk/opendays.

    Hope to see you there!
    Ludovica
    Many thanks for your reply, may I MP you?
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    Many thanks for your reply, may I MP you?

    hello!

    Of course
 
 
 
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